Cadden & Fuller LLP Cadden & Fuller LLP

A Client-Focused Approach to Business and Real Estate Law

Handling Zoning And Easement Disputes Confidently

The attorneys at Cadden & Fuller LLP are widely recognized in Southern California and throughout the state as leading trial lawyers. Our attorneys have earned that reputation through countless successes in state and federal jurisdictions.

As part of our comprehensive real estate litigation practice, we have worked extensively on zoning and easement disputes for more than 25 years. We thoroughly understand the intricacies of these cases, and we utilize this knowledge to develop sophisticated legal strategies designed to secure favorable outcomes for our clients.

Finding Answers To Complex Zoning Disputes

Zoning and other land-use disputes can cause significant complications for property owners. Unraveling a zoning litigation case involves several layers of legal complexities. We invest the time, energy and resources necessary to fully understand each client’s case.

Our attorneys utilize both assertive negotiation and litigation services to represent our clients who are dealing with:

  • Site approval challenges
  • Zoning changes
  • Development agreements
  • Setback issues
  • Issues related to taking claims
  • Historic preservation issues

Experienced Guidance For Easement Disputes

Easement disputes involve an entity’s right of use over property that belongs to another, such as an access point to property for a utility company. Due to the competing uses within a single piece of property, easement disputes are common. Furthermore, the use of an easement can decrease a property’s value, making it critical that the owner receives fair compensation.

We take a strategic approach when handling easement dispute cases for our clients. We understand the importance of a quick, cost-effective resolution, and we are experienced in developing effective strategies to help our clients obtain their goals.

Our lawyers can represent clients facing easement disputes involving:

  • Terms of use of easement
  • Claiming or defending an easement
  • Easement boundaries
  • Deed or chain of title issues
  • Duty to maintain an easement

Call Our Office Today

Our experience in zoning and easement disputes makes Cadden & Fuller LLP the perfect choice to handle your matter. Call our Irvine office today to arrange an appointment: 949-359-4485. You can also submit an online message, and we will respond promptly.